Public Notices. • NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. Capital £1,000,000. s I Paid up £50,000. Reserve Fund £85,000. 3 A LOCAL INSTITUTION. FIRE Department,—City, Suburban, and Country properties, Flour Mills, Mills, Breweries, Barns, Stables, &c., insured on the most favorable terms. Grain in Stock or Stack. Steam Threshing Machines, in yard or at work, insured at the lowest rates. ... MARINE RISKS of all kinds effected *&t current rates. A. GARRICK, Manager, HEREFORD STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. This Company covers risk of explosion of gas. 975 a V. SjJtg R. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of Christchurch, Holden at Ashburton. IN THE MATTER OF The Debtors and Creditors Act, 1576, and of the Acts amending the same, and of the bankruptcy of GEORGE RICKARD, of Chertsey, farmer, a debtor. TIUS IS TO NOTIFY that, George Rickard, of Chertsey, farmer, has this 51 day filed a statement that he is unable to meet | his engagements with his creditors. The first . meeting of creditors to be held at the District i Courthouse, Ashburton, on Thursday, the i 27th day of May, ISBO, at 11 o’clock in the f forenoon. “ I Dated this 21st day of May, 1880. C. CAVENDISH HURRELL, Clerk of the Court. Branson and Purnell, ] Solicitors for the Debtor. 879 c ] Y. mssl R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. I I 8 I TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY, MAY 24, 1880. GRAND -NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE, CHRISTCHURCH. "RAILWAY COMMUNICATION DIJL" RECT to the COURSE. CHRISTCHURCH to Racecourse at short intervals, from 11.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Racecourse to Christchurch, at short intervals, from 3 p.m. up to half-an-hour after the last race. LYTTELTON AND CHRISTCHURCH LINE. Ordinary trains and a late train, leaving Christchurch at 11.15 p.m., and Lyttelton at 11.45 p.m. SOUTH LINE. (Including Malvern and Whitecliffs Branch) Ordinary trains. NORTH LINE AND BRANCHES. Ordinary trains. SOUTHBRIDGE BRANCH. Ordinary trains. Q 3 2 2 0 0 0 V The race trains will not stop at any intermediate places between Christchurch and Racecourse Terminus to pick up or set down passengers. FARES. Christchurch to Racecourse Terminus, including Admission to Course : First-class Carriages ... ... 3s. Gd. Second-class or Seated Wagons 2s. Gd. Ordinary Single Fare Tickets issued from any station to any station on May 22 ar.d 24 will bo available for return up to and including May 25. NO GOODS TRAFFIC. FREDK. BACK, 87og General Manager. P V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Cbx-istchurch Section.) BELFAST STATION-NORTH LINE. rTIHE officer in charge of Belfast -L Station will be WITHDRAWN on MONDAY, May 24th, and on after that date the station will be treated as a Flag Station FREDK. BACK, General Manager. General Manager’s Office, Christchurch, May 18, 1880. 872 g V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS,. (Christchurch Section). FARES—QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY, May 24th, 1880. OR DIN AR Y SIN GLE FARE TICKETS from any Station to :uiy Station issued on May 22nd and May 24th will be available for return up to and including 25tb May. FREDK. BACK, General Manager. General Manager’s Office, Christchurch, May 8, 1880. 848 g NOTICE. ACCOUNTS BE WESTERFIELD. HAVING disposed of the Westerfield Estate, ALL CLAIMS against the Estate must be sent in by the 31st day of MAY, for settlement, otherwise they will not bo recognised. Addressed to J. Davison, Westerfield. F. O REED. May 4th, 1880. 41Gc-8260 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given that the PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between Messrs. Cosgrave and Murray, trading together as Blacksmiths, Mount Somers, is hereby DISSOLVED by mutual consent. Dated this 4th day of May, 1880. EDWARD COSGRAVE. 319 g JOHN MURRAY. ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL BOARD. TENDERS are invited for FENCING the Ashburton High School site. Plans and specifications can be seen at the County Council’s Offices, Ashburton. By order, F. MAINWARING, Secretary. Ashburton, May 17, 1880. 860 e ] es tr tl P f ai A V A Sj M I ar 1 or CO m 4i in H 6^
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